Mitchell Canyon Wildflower Hike

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Enjoy a leisurely loop as you hike (2 miles) up Mitchell Canyon to Black Point Trail. Excite your eyes with vivid colors of wildflowers as you gradually climb to vista points within the state park. This route follows Mitchell Creek, … Read more

Holidays at Filoli – Let Inspiration Glow

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Filoli is a vibrant landscape of the Bay Area situated on the unceded ancestral lands of the Ramaytush Ohlone. Today, this estate serves as a community cultural center and announces its full program of holiday festivities for the 2022 season. … Read more

Houseplants: Gateway to Gardening

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As much as we shower our houseplants with affection, sometimes they seem to need more. Filling your home with beautiful, healthy plants and keeping them that way is not difficult once you know their love language. Join UC Master Gardener … Read more

Community Day – Golden Jubilee

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Please join the Ruth Bancroft Garden and Nursery in celebrating its 50th anniversary as a Garden. This unique botanical garden, in the heart of Walnut Creek, contains a unique collection of dry garden plants and hosts various educational and cultural … Read more

Native Plant Extravaganza

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Shop during the Fall Native Plant Extravaganza and purchase native plants from the knowledgeable and helpful staff at East Bay Wilds in Oakland and the Watershed Nursery in Richmond on Saturday, October 29, or order online with Green Thumb Works on either Saturday or Sunday, October 29 … Read more

Indian Tree Hike

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We’ll try to make it to the top for lunch, but that will depend on how many flowers, birds, butterflies, and other discoveries catch our eye along the way. We’ll ascend through a series of cool forests to the top … Read more

Senior Stroll: Earthquake Trail

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This short trail is a lovely place to spend a summer morning. We’ll follow the paved, level pathway as it passes through shaded woodlands and open meadows while we keep an eye out for birds, butterflies, and flowers, and of … Read more

Pollinators: A UC Master Gardener Webinar

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In 1963, American biologist Rachel Carson wrote, “Man is a part of nature, and his war against nature is inevitably a war against himself.” The declining population of pollinators is sad for those of us who have grown up observing … Read more

Spring Wildflower Walks on Mount Sutro

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Experience spring in bloom on a guided habitat tour showcasing Mount Sutro’s native plant communities! We’ll walk about one to two miles on the trails and stop to appreciate and identify wildflowers along the way. Space is limited to 15 … Read more